Course Content (Syllabus)
1. Preparation of annual coaching programming in competition TKD: Macrocycles, Mesocycles.
2. Planning of technique, tactic and physical condition in every Macrocycle and Mesocycle in competition TKD.
3. Planning of Microcycles and adaptation of their training contents in accordance with their Mesocycle.
4. Planning of the training unit in competition TKD in accordance with its objective (improvement of aerobic or anaerobic
5. Heart rate (HR) intensity of athletes in TKD sparring.
6. Effects of high-intensity interval training on athletes’ speed, anaerobic endurance and heart rate.
7. Psychological preparation of athletes before competition: mental training, ideal stimulation level, stress control,
attention, self-concentration, memory, self-talk, coaching, and control of fluctuating conditions in sparring.
8. Nutritional support for TKD athletes. Optimal body weight for competition and maximization of performance.
9. Craniocerebral and frequent mild injuries in TKD athletes during sparring. Prevention.
10. Analysis of sparring on video. Qualitative and statistical analysis.
1. Improvement of technique and aerobic endurance in TKD: special training systems.
2. Improvement of rhythmical capacity and muscle coordination in TKD: combinations of special techniques.
3. Offensive techniques: combinations of composite techniques.
4. Counterattack techniques: combinations of direct and indirect counterattacks.
5. Lateral movement.
6. Modern methods for strengthening muscle groups of the lower extremities with specialized drills for TKD.
7. Sparring: practice of tactic, sparring with restrictions, freestyle sparring (with guidance, correcting mistakes).
Stresstraining (sparring under demanding conditions).
8. Conditioning of anaerobic alactic capacity in TKD.
9. Conditioning of anaerobic lactic capacity in TKD.
Shadow sparring: 6th – 9th Poomsae learning.
Taekwondo, technical attack and counter-attack, tactical fight, fights, Poomsae